Chronicles Magazine February 2003

Our Yesterday and Your Today

Iraq is the land of the Tigris and the Euphrates, the fertile area around and between the two great rivers, the territory between Baghdad, the ancient capital of the entire Arab world, and Basra, over 500 miles away where the great rivers...

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  • REVIEWS

    Making Energy

    The lives of great men are largely unconstrained, which may explain why there are so few great men today. All men are, of course, constrained by their personal limitations as well as by the limitations their age imposes on them, but it is in the...

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  • REVIEWS

    Palm and Pine

    David Gilmour’s witty and elegant, original and useful book chronicles “Kipling’s political life, his early role as apostle of the Empire, the embodiment of imperial aspiration, and his later one as the prophet of national decline.”

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  • REVIEWS

    The Point of War

    The U.S. government continues its slow but relentless buildup of military forces in the Middle East, preparing to unleash “Fourth-Generation” warfare against the eighth reincarnation of Adolf Hitler.

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  • REVIEWS

    Taking Up the Cross

    The Crusades are an increasingly controversial topic of historical debate. As much as slavery, the Civil War, and the conquistadores, Western Europe’s attempt to recover the Holy Land has been denounced by the anti-Christian left as a...

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  • Polemics & Exchanges

    On Globalist TV

    Let me take issue with one aspect of the recent and inspired E. Michael Jones piece, “The Family Against the Globalists”. Dr. Jones suggests that television is supplanting the virtues that are central to families with the values central to the...

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